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Archives for December 2010
FremantleMedia, the producer of American Idol and some of the most successful shows in TV history, has launched of re:discover – The Soul of Your Favorite Cities, a new web series created for Buick and distributed by MSN. re:discover is a twelve-city travel experience providing an “insider’s guide” to some of the most exciting cities […]
It’s not easy running an industry award show these days. There are too many shows and they’re too expensive. Agencies consistently submit fake work to game the system, there’s little new blood among the judges and teams are reticent to travel to elbow-rubbing ceremonies in NYC, London and Cannes in this economy. All of which […]
Movie-related merchandise is big business. And it’s not all schawg. Now, thanks to “TRON: Legacy”, which opens in theaters on Friday, movie fans can shell out for high-end merchandise like a $2,600 Rotenier necklace and $795 spiked sandals from Rousseau. With the haute-couture flourish, Disney’s marketing machine is reaching beyond the core science-fiction and fantasy […]
I love the copywriting on display in these Ally Bank ads from BBH/New York.
MINI Canada is encouraging people to interact with their new out-of-home display by texting to a short code to select the MINI of their choice. This triggers the MINI they’ve selected to drive around in an animated sequence. As the animation plays, a personalized-response SMS message is dispatched to the participant, encouraging them to click […]
The Khan Academy is an online school with the mission of providing a world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Silicon Valley-based entrepreneur, Rajesh Setty, writing on Open Forum about the need to “do everything in your capacity to create something remarkable, not once but over and over again,” says: Salman Khan of Khan Academy is a […]